anti-Semite

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See also: antisemite and antisémite

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Etymology[edit]

1881, from German Antisemit (coined by Wilhelm Marr in 1879 as a scientific-sounding self-identification), from German antisemitisch (coined by Moritz Steinschneider in 1860), from anti- + semitisch

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  • IPA(key): /ˌæntiˈsɛmaɪt/, (also) /ˌæntaɪ-/, (UK) /ˌæntiˈsiːmaɪt/

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anti-Semite (plural anti-Semites)

  1. Someone with anti-Semitic views.
    Antonym: philo-Semite
    Coordinate term: Islamophobe

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